RESEARCH LIBRARY
Research Papers

Smart Grid

2016 |2015 | 2014 | 2013 | 2011 | 2010 | 2009 | 2008 |

 

2016

Brown, Ashley. "Challenging the Traditional Utility Business Model." Presentation to the 2016 Energy Symposium & User Groups. Atlantic Beach, FL, March 3, 2016.

2015

Electric Power Research Institute. "The Integrated Grid: A Benefit-Cost Framework Pilots." Palo Alto, CA, January     2015.

Electric Power Research Institute. "The Integrated Grid: A Benefit-Cost Framework Overview." Palo Alto,CA,     January 2015.

Electric Power Research Institute. "The Integrated Grid: A Benefit-Cost Framework Executive Summary." Palo Alto,     CA, Febrary 2015.

Electric Power Research Institute. "The Integrated Grid: A Benefit-Cost Framework Final Report." Palo Alto, CA,     February 2015.

Moorty, Sai. "Computational Frontiers in Electricity Markets: Increased Penetration of Distributed Energy Resources (DER)." Presentation to the Harvard Electricity Policy Group's 80th Plenary Session, Houston, TX, October 2015.

Neenan, Bernie. "Planning and Operating an Integrated Grid." Presentation to the Harvard Electricity Policy Group     78th Plenary Session, Half Moon Bay, CA, March 2015.

O'Neill, Richard. "Computational Challenges in Electricity Markets." Presentation to the Harvard Electricity Policy Group's 80th Plenary Session, Houston, TX, October 2015.

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2014

Narayanamurti, Venkatesh. "Cybersecurity and Electric Power: An Interdisciplinary Public Policy Challenge."     Presentation to the Harvard Electricity Policy Group 75th Plenary Session, Cambridge, MA, June 2014.

Naumann, Steve. "Cyber-Security Vs. Physical Security: High Voltage Vs. Low Voltage: Which Should Be a Priority?"     Presentation to the Harvard Electricity Policy Group 75th Plenary Session, Cambridge, MA, June 2014.

Sandoval, Catherine. "Addressing Physical and Cybersecurity Threats to the Electric Grid." Presentation to the     Harvard Electricity Policy Group 75th Plenary Session, Cambridge, MA, June 2014.

 

2013

21st Century Power Partnership. "Market Evolution: Wholesale Electricity Market Design for 21st Century Power Systems." Produced under the guidance of the Department of Energy and the Clean Energy Ministerial by the National Renewable Energy Laboratory under Interagency Agreement S- OES - 12 - IA - 0010 and Task Number WFH1.2010. October 7, 2013.

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2011

"The Future of the Electric Grid: An Interdisciplinary MIT Study." Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2011.

Roark, Jeffrey. "U.S. Government Support for Smart Grid." Presentation to the Harvard Electricity Policy Group Sixty-Fifth Plenary Session, Dallas, TX, December 1, 2011. 17 pages.

Brown, Ashley. "Can Smart Grid Technology Fix the Disconnect Between Wholesale and Retail Pricing?" Vol. 24, Issue 1 (Jan./Feb. 2011): 1040-6190.

Faruqui, Ahmad, Ryan Hledik, Armando Levy, and Alan Madian. Will Smart Prices Induce Smart Charging of Electric Vehicles? The Brattle Group, July, 2011.

Hogan, William. "Electricity Market Reform: Market Design and the Green Agenda." 34th IAEE International Conference Institutions, Efficiency and Evolving Energy Technologies. Stockholm, Sweden. June 21, 2011. 20 pages.

IEEE White Paper, "The Costs and Benefits of Smart Meters for Residential Customers." July, 2011.

Neuhoff, Karsten. "Smart Grids for renewable Energy Integration: Institutional and Energy Market Aspects." 34th IAEE International Conference, Stockholm, June 20 2011.

Smart Grid Deployment Plan 2011‐2020. Smart Grid OIR R.08‐12‐009: San Diego Gas & Electric. June 6, 2011.

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2010

Braz, Aubrey. Preparing for Electric Vehicles: The Distribution System Perspective. Presentation to the Harvard Electricity Policy Group, Fifty-Eighth Plenary Session. Santa Monica, CA. February 25, 2010. 16 pages.

Kelly, James. Distribution Infrastructure and Electricity Transformation. Presentation to the Harvard Electricity Policy Group, Fifty-Eighth Plenary Session. Santa Monica, CA. February 25, 2010. 13 pages.

Popowsky, Sonny. Distribution Infrastructure and Electricity Transformation. Presentation to the Harvard Electricity Policy Group, Fifty-Eighth Plenary Session. Santa Monica, CA. February 25, 2010. 30 pages.

Schriber, Alan. Distribution Infrastructure and Electricity Transformation. Presentation to the Harvard Electricity Policy Group, Fifty-Eighth Plenary Session. Santa Monica, CA. February 25, 2010. 13 pages.

SMARTransmission: Studying renewable energy path to market. Phase I report: Strategic Midwest Area Renewable Transmission Study. Primary authors: Thomas Gentile, PE; David Elizondo, PhD; and Swakshar Ray, PhD. July 1, 2010. 83 pages.

Stuller, Jay. An Electric Revolution: Reforming Monopolies, Reinventing the Grid and Giving Power to the People.The Galvin Electricity Initiative, Fall 2010. 56 pages.

Brown, Ashley, and Raya Salter. "Smart Grid Issues in State Law and Regulation." White Paper sponsored by the Galvin Electricity Initiative, September 17, 2010.

Brown, Ashley. "Controversies and Sources of Resistance to Smart Grid Deployment." Presentation to the Harvard Electricity Policy Group, Sixtieth Plenary Session, Cambridge, MA. September 30, 2010. 11 pages.

Carmody, Paula. "Smarting from Resistance to Smart Grids." Presentation to the Harvard Electricity Policy Group, Sixtieth Plenary Session, Cambridge, MA. September 30, 2010. 21 pages.

Oldak, Michael. "Smarting from Resistance to Smart Grids." Presentation to the Harvard Electricity Policy Group, Sixtieth Plenary Session, Cambridge, MA. September 30, 2010. 23 pages.

Smitherman, Barry. "Smarting from Resistance to Smart Grids." Presentation to the Harvard Electricity Policy Group, Sixtieth Plenary Session, Cambridge, MA. September 30, 2010. 10 pages.

SMARTransmission: Studying renewable energy path to market. Phase 2 report: Strategic Midwest Area Renewable Transmission Study. Primary authors: Xiaohuan Tan, PhD, PE; Hamid Maghdan, PhD; Thomas J. Gentile, PE. October 6, 2010. 46 pages.

2009

Neenan, Bernie. Smart Policies for a SmartGrid (or, the other way around). Presentation to the Harvard Electricity Policy Group Fifty-Fourth Plenary Session. March 12, 2009. 15 pages.

Osterhus, Thomas. SmartGrid Pilots Review (2008/2009): Technology and Non Price Influences. Presentation to the Harvard Electricity Policy Group. October 1, 2009. 15 pages.

Parks, Jim. Smart Grid Activities at the Sacramento Municipal Utility District (SMUD). Presentation to the Harvard Electricity Policy Group, October 1, 2009. 36 pages.

Reynolds, Stanley S. and Andrew Kleit. Opening the Grid: How to Recharge Arizona’s Electricity System for the 21st Century. Policy Report. Goldwater Institute, No. 232, July 21, 2009.

Categories

Capacity Markets

Climate Change

Coal

Competitive Market Models and Transitions to Competition

Distributed Energy Resources

Electric Storage

Environment - Clean Air

EPAct and Predictions for the Future

FERC Rulings and Reports

Financial Markets

Financial Transmission Rights

Investment Incentives/Risk Allocation

Lessons from Abroad

Lessons from Other US Industries

LMP

Market Liquidity

Market "Manipulation"

Merchant Transmission

Mergers, Market Power and Anti-Trust

National Energy Policy

Natural Gas

Nuclear Power

PEV (Plug-in Electric Vehicles)

Public Power

Regional Transmission Organizations

Regulation, Governance and Judicial Review

Reliability

Renewable Energy

Research and Development

Resource Adequacy

Retail Pricing

Scarcity Pricing

Siting

Smart Grid

Standard Market Design and Demand-Side Activities

State and Regional Activities

Stranded Benefits (Including Public Policy, Environment, DSM, IRP)

Stranded Investments, Assets, Costs (Including the Nuclear Question)

Technology Incentives

Transmission: Cost Allocation, Investment, and Planning

Wholesale and Retail Competition

Miscellaneous (Including Electricity Futures, Economic Principles, Financial Reform)